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WANGARATTA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

SWANGARATTA: I'08PITAL. The fortnightly meeting of the' committe, of the above institution was held tet the 'ITow Hall on ThCirsday. ltist, when there were present the President (Mr 'J. B.: Docker) in the choir, and Messrs A.. Tone, J. HI. Allo, A. Wilson, Archdeacon Tucker, and tr Hutchinson. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. Theo House Ccinmittee's' report was read and adopted, and the following accounts pnesed -for payment :-Mrs O'N..ill, £5 Od ;D M'Gain, £7 8s Od; W. hleldrum, lt 9.s Od A. Swan, £2 1?s '61l Wt Wolter, £2 2?; A. M'Kuy,.£1 4s; W. Bets, £2. Two tenders were opened for the supply of drugs from Mosare Hughes and Ilundle, and were referred to the house committee with power to accept the same. It was decided to apply to the Government to pay one-half of the subsidy of £600. - It was resolved to fence in the hospital grounds, the. front to Green.street, with a neat picket fence, and that a sub-committeo consisting of Messrs Tune, Johnston, and Wil...

Publication Title: North Eastern Ensign, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

.Our deeds are like obildren that are born to uas. they live and act apart from our will. Nay, children may be strangld, but deeds never; they have no indeestruotible lifo both in and out of our concioueness. Vliitor (to convict): " Well, my friend. whlt' are you in for ?" Prisonor : " AIl! why, I'm in for getting out, if I can. The man Aberuetby, supposed to have been lost in a boat accident aix months ago, has re turned, having. been carried out to son, and iokoed up by a seagoing ahip. In the metntilm hit rwie got married. *'** -a R ag Ston6, , and thes? ey m It sonme'elsiappensi'that ,atImurdererois .on -boird, with a: ,policebmponon.ono?B sidian&na Youngi lady of tender years on tho.other; Thon'alannitioflrifai 'nssoage' to !,Melbourno *p?id fdr iin bya icroififl Stte; 1On6rTuea. a ' 1.mber if. 'Parli '_ am t" ' "a8i'dblayod'd Swholo day'bo'auis tolico ac ,WsVas predcupiod by one European :niltwo.Chi*n8,pri8onenrB jIt s tooibad.eal s)"- _7ele :i ijr, *f n n i*A seawoed,...

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DRINK IN HOSPITALS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

DRINK IN HOSPITALS. We had occasion lately to call attention to the remarkable discrepancies in the average amount of alcohol consumed by medical order in hospitals and workhoutes. A young physician replied that medical men were the only judges in such oases of what was boat. When, hnwever, we find judges differing so widely in their decision it is not altogether undesirable for those who entrust them with the powerof decision to ask for an explanation of the principles which underlie such diver. sities of,judgment. It is idle to pretend that there is any marked difference between the class of cases admitted into one great metropolitan hlospitld, such as the General Infirmary of Edinburgh; for it is well known, on the contrary, that no such differenceo exists. A glance at the annual report of the two institutions suffices to establish this fact. Nevertheless, as Dr Eastwood pointed out in_ the paper to which we referred, the eo. ponditure per head on alcoholic liq:olrs was in the on...

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TO ADVERTISERS [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

-Ativihemoentsaennotbb itrnii i btfure tite ttn8 or Ores for which they hi -' 'ordcrel n caea' whore tlo number oi?ser tions is not specified the advertisements will be inserted till coluntermanded, and. charged nc corlingly.. Quarterly advertisements will be dor!'euously inserted unless a written order to stol. "?gm is sent.

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Wednesday, January 29. (Before the Police Magistrate and Dr. Miller.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

Weedneday, January 29. (Before the Polico Magistrate and Dr. Miller.) Lot Kernan was charged with being drunk and dis. crderly, and was fined cs., or 24 hours.. Henry De Caro was charged with the same offence, and was similarly dealt with. Daniel Kelleher, William Cooper, and Thomas Bennet were similarly charged and dealt with in the same man. nor. Pulice v. John Strain.-This was an assault case. George Blludd stated that he know the prisoner, who came to him and asked where Henry Chambers was. lIe did not see the assault. Dr. Miller stated that he saw Chambers in the hospi. tal. He examined him, but did not think it was a fit case for the hospital. ' Ann Strain, daughter of John Strain, deposed that she went to Chambera's place aud asked for the money for his board and lodging. Ie told her. to send zher father, and that he would beat him for the money. She went back and told her fathtr. John Strain stated that the man had attempted to strike him, and that he had only acted in self....

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

TO. SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribersacannot discontinue the paper in the middle of s quarter. No notice' will- be takeni of an order to discontinue unless all money duo accompanies the order. PIemittances miy- be. made in postage samrip, or by P.O. order.

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WANGARATTA POLICE COURT. Monday, 27th January. (Before Mr J. H. Alley, P.M., and Drs Miller and Hallett.) [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

.WANGARATTAJOLICE COURT. . Monday, 27th January. (Before Mr J. H. Alley, P.m., mnd Drs Miller and Hallett.) Richard Danson was charged with being drunk and disorderly. He pleaded guilty, and was let off by pay. ing'2s for his maintenance. - John Ryan was charged with being drunk, and was discharged. , ý ~ • Thomas Edward Mooro was charged with habitual drunkenness. He pleaded guilty, and as there, ware several convictions against him he received a sentence of six months. William Ashton was brought up on remand and again remanded till Monday, bail being allowed in two sureties of £100 and himself in £200. Cosino was charged with being an unwill. ing'witness, and was remanded for eight days and ordered to find a surety for £100 or to go to gaoL ? Isabella I['Callum vJohn M'Callum-This case was for maintenance. Mr Lamont for the complainant; Mr Norton for the defendant. Case postponed till the Oth of February. Chad v Whitty-Claim for detention of bricks. Mr Notuntt for the complainant ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

TO CORRtESrONDENTS. * o-coinmunialioni twill' under any circrum a!ances be iniseiIed unless authinticated by the real naine and addries of the woriter, not neces airily for-npibalitation but"s a guarantem oJ nnd faith.. 7o are, not rsaponsible. fa the opnfions ex eresaed by correepondents

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

Between seveu and eight tons- of copper, ore -were forwarded 'from Brisbsae on the 20th Inst, fur the purpose of being smelted in Newcastle. The property from which the ore was obtained is on l'reverton Creek, about 60 miles from Stanhope, and, on the watershed of the Macintyre Brook, the claim belnnglog.to Messsr Lewis and Burton. T-he. former gdntleman is welli known as having been connected with nmliing. `nterprise in Victoria for the last 20 years. Th'le ore anon sists chiefly of grey copper, associated with green carbonate, and containing traces of blue earbsnate. The great drawback, says the Courier, exists at present of its being ditfi cult to bring tlhe ore to market, etcept in' a favourable season, owing to the absence of good roads. - The newspapers are full of advertisements for ption cooks. Pretty,.cooks have no occasion to advertise at all. " Captain Hart, 0.M.G., the well-known miller, and a former .linister of the Crown, while speaking at a moo!lng of the Mercantile M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

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POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS &c. Mails arrive. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

POST OFFICE, BENALLA. ARRIVAL AN.L DEPARTURE OFS MAILS a&C, Mails arrive From M?elbourne, and popt towns by way of Melbourne, daily (Mouditys exceptoed, nla,.l5 Intermediate poest towns, viz., Donnybrock Wallan Wallan, Kilmore, Broadford, Tallarook, Seymour, Avenel," Longwood &c. (including the correspondence from Mansfield, 'lerton, Alex andra, Janmieson &c.), at 0.15 p.m. Wlnton,' Wangaratta, and Beechworth (in cluding letters from Oreta, Tarrawinger, Oxley, El Dorado, Btiikland, Yackandandah, ?Wahgun yah. [tutherglon, Ohiltern, Albury, &c., whence no direct mails are received), daily (Sundays excepted), at 5.30 p.m. Majlor Plains, Yabba Yabba Station, Eatan dra, Colram, and Yarrawonga do, Fridays; at 10.30 a.m. Shopparton, Pine Lodge Station, Gowen gardie and'Benalla do, Mondays, at 7,30 p.m, Mails close For Melbourne, and places..viL Melbourne, dailyj (Sudays excepted), at 5.16 p.m. : Slnlrnitdleato post towns, vis,, Violet Town Euron, Lfonigwood,...

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Commercial. BENALLA January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

G. IILI, S SADDLER. ?AoL, HORSEs hc HIRE .Bri ge Stret, Benala, .. . , , j. OCPI% IwrQr _i .,. ,- -- -ýv'ýý S -c - ý " , r . . .,.,... -,, ESTABU[SI.ED 1853]; Bi , Street., angaratta. '': TiHE Undersigned begs to 'notify that he ,has. lately, S ... .. . N IA S SAW ILS oo SawMis aor now compct :aud i full v ig ordr All orders" exctutcd with promptitudo and dispatch.-, S ,. C •. MIC E ., P?RO .PRI E T 0 R. ]?,E O+.RG:6- E SI . IAR E , . BEA.. LLA . -iAS FLrOUR, ,BRA'ain AND POLLARD A ,LWAYS O HAN:: :, i-': WIIEAT BO H d1,1iN I'N QUANTITIES. PRINTING .AND STATIONERY ,WA REHOUSE ao S idge utreeto Benaga.orr -o c With carriage added. , ,POCK'ET.. .o 0KS, PLAIN A N ' F AN'CY, DAY BOOKS, :LEDGERS, ;. " Bl,'tkAiceiptnci'ce` Foriw-' and- Pass ,'Books' : :now Assortment of BULW.ER'S and +other.. 1'Novels, at i.k'elbourno SJ LAR GE'BVARlIETY IOFCPL OP.Y BOOKS. '.,:a. .Wcddi'g gand Mlourairig'Envelopee. .."" ' S IN ETAL ' STNDI.FANCY INKST'ANDS': TIORDATI"S SILVER? 'PEN CILS AND- LEADS. .PL. . ...

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WANGARATTA COMMERCIAL REPORT. January 30. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

WANGAfRATTA.OO1IMERCIAL- RIEPO RT. , anuary 40. lour, per tor ... .£0 0 0 to 12 10 0 Whbat, per 'ushel ... 0 0 0 0 5 0 O't1, 'do ... 0 2 6 0 2 0 Irat, -. do. - . .. 0 0..: 0.:_ 0 .1 0, "ollard do 0 1 3: 0 1 6 Uutter,pper. lb , - 00. O' 0 1 0: Eggs,,poi: o~en. ... 'O;0 0 0 1 0o

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

' IWilInqUH DEN'J'RifCLl. FLOIILINi'; Sweet as the Ambrosial air,. WVith'itsb perfume rich end rare; Sweet an violets at.the moru, ' Which the emnerald nooks adorn;? :..: Sirect as rosebuds bursting forth. From thiricbhly.laden earth, Ip the, oFRa&giet FoQtnsc E The teethit.makes.a pearly wbhite, So pure aud.lovely tothe.siglt-; The gumnp assume a rosybhue, . The breath:is sweet as violets blue "Whilat. scented as the fldwers of. Maly, Which cast:thbir sweetness from each spray, t1 the FntaFpo TAn FLonttiiNc. ;Sur8.eome fairy witllils.han., Oast round its meystli wand, And, pfqduced from fairy's bower . Scenouted prfum eesfrom each flower; For.in this liquid gem no trace Alltahnt caunbeauty add and grace Such is the FaetorANT FLOILINE.. MRead Thies r- From the lleekly Times, 20th March, 1871 :--There are so many rbilqtarticles which obtain all their celebrity from..being..con. atantly and' extenslvely.advertised, that it makes it necessarywhcn,anything new, and good is in tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

IMPOUNDINGS . WEEHO11 RTII-lImpounded at Beechworth, i :...' 8th January, , , lRed andwhite ibullock, off ear marked, iLK off thigh, like ilK{ over blotched brand off ribs : On llth Jainuary WVhi(e horse, C11over 2 near shouldor,; shod To be sold 'on12th February. ,ENALhA-Imnounded at Bouonlla, 8th Jan. uary-- 'respase 3d Strawberry steer, - near rump SOn 13lth Janicary-7l)amsgae 8 Beoi poley. oifer, white in. face,, white back, belly, and near hia leg, no visible brands On 14th January-Damages £2. ;..ley gelding, draiight breed, collar marked, black i pointr, near hind fetlock white, lame, lump c under belly, like J and blotch near shoulder, Oil off.ahoulder To be sold on 12th February. BENALLA-Impouoded, at Benalla 20th Jan - uary--Treipas 3d Bay gelding, black points, collar marked, white spots on back; lHI off shoulder To besold on 19th February. BIOWMIIAN'S FOREST-Impounded at Beech. worth Shire Pound 20th January Bay mare, X near sheulder, scar near thigh B ay flillemail stir,...

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OUR SHIRE COUNCILLORS. To the Editor of the North eastern Ensign. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

OUR SHIRE"COUNCILLORS. To the Editor of iA North eastern Enasign; .Sir;-.?f the Shire Counoll last Wednesday week our George exhibited to the community a very humiliating specticlo-one not by any means 'edifying, nir does it show any great resp~-t our President is held in by the shire officials-and such estimation. is, I fear, a reflex of public opinion outside of the Coln-. cil Chambers. The llttle enlivening scene that cropped up places our President in e disadvantageous point of view, that he ap pears in the light ,f a colonial Baron Mun chlausen-this being sa mild translation of a' verylu:ly epithet. When such amenities of official life intrude on the public gitse it be-' haves the people to. look around them for semo one wha. can command respect in our. loeil parliament"to: instal in the place of honour. In the capacity of virtue personified our President'stakes his veracity against that of the Secretary's in a manner that could not otherwise but call forth a caustic responeeo ...

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THE North-eastern Ensign Published on Tuesdays and Fridays. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

THE' r - Putlihacd on Tursdoya and.Fridays. riIDAY ", JAUARY 31;, 1873. S(Xs.regulations under the, Land Act air to be issued;about'tho middle. of-next month, .and as early informationon :?o ifnportant a subject willldoubtlessboe grateful to all classes ofaselectorso o iwe g iothe prificipal heads-as we . --have betn enabld-to- gather- them.- Autho. rised surveyors must personally; executoe the surveys, which they-must connect with-some prevous survey or .bytraverso with some iin. ipotant topographical:fdatuie.: In the latter. case an extra. feoe of- £2. is allowed: Thb fees: to be paid for surveys-aro-:-N-ot exceed ing 20 acres, £2; 400., £2 140.; 60a., £3: Ts. ; 80a., £4; :100n., £4. 10s. ; .120a., £5'; 140a., £5 10s. ; 160u, £6;: 240a.,. £610s.; and not exceeding 320a., £7. The travelling allowance from the authorised surveyor's.office or. camp is 2s. per mile; but if there be more than.one,allotmont to Sbe urveyedin oe local-" tyljon'd h'e senamjourncy.beyond four milis'only ilb...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 31 January 1873

.: ELBOUR0NE PRODUCE: MARKET. .a Mesrii NoyesWianod tide repot b for the week ending January 22, 1e73-: There h*is bhon moro lifde ' theminariot'during the last' week." Theo demand for breadrtuffe has been regular, bute piieg.of both flour and wheat hae declined conseq'ieot 'on. the niew crop Scoming forwail: - '. Binco lust week, saesba:l benv en adu the pric e quoted' blo.- i: :? Flohr;p)ietol. o : .it 27 o 1Vo44 01£13w5 JO :Po.itatoberdo?.- ..'al :il 10.0O i '1,1I6 Bran;pep bushel?i . :Q 0 ? 10 0; 1 0 Shirpr, =do.. 01 ;.. 0O `:1 2 - " .0 1 41 .Pollard, do e 0... .Ol :)n :. ':c .I ..2i Wheat,. do.:...0. .O..:6 ti:, ' 0 :; .910 1ye, do, ... O 0 .4 ..2 SOatra, ;'?.I do` s' ;...U. '02 0 0 .'3 ' arley, do ?... 0 4 6 .0 5 "0 Maize,. . do:: ... .2, 8: 0 2 .9 iOaccn, per lb ...- O 0 0 0 0 0 nlami,~;,. do. .... 0 0 '00 0 .0 '0; iultter,.: do .. ....' 0 5?05.,, :0 0 8' ]lard;. dor- .?..0 " 0?. 4 0 0 I, OtCheso;e; d .... ", '0 O0 56 00:0 7 Iloney, ...do .... .. 0.. 0 0 0 0 Eggs, per dcen .....

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SECOND DAY, FRIDAY JANUARY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The North Eastern Ensign — 4 February 1873

SECOND DAY, FRIDAY. JANUARY 31. Thid day proved as great a success ai the day before was a failure. The wralher. wa beautiful, nd the hloliday.keepors turned out with a: will The crowd for the most part was very orderly and well behaved and the races were well contested, particularly the last one, which resulted in a dead heat being declared btween IHuntsman and .Othello n the Consolation Stakes. Two mis. hapss occurred during tile races The rider of Gentle Annie was thrown and .broke his arm, and,the jock'y:.of.Chancellor came to grief in the Selling Stakes and w as severely bruised on the shoulder. Buth accidents oc* corroe when coming round the sharp turn on to the straight. The following are the partioulars of the day's rasing:- Poyt RAce, 'Of 20 sorvi.' Coco round tie course and a distanoe. Catch weigLts. Mr J. ulffe', or g The Bwell ... ... I Mr J. Olynn's Fanny, ... ... 2 •,Mr J. Brieu's g g Douhety.. 3 Five horses started f,,r this race,,and it was well contested. 'Funny led...

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